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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 3 Media and Policy Readings Tables and figures in this lecture are taken from: Djankov, S.,McLiesh, C., Nenova, T., and Shleifer, A. (2003). Who owns the media? Journal of Law and Economics, XLVI. Reinikka, R. and Svensson, J. (2004). “The power of information: Evidence from a newspaper campaign to reduce capture of public funds.” World Bank, Mimeo. Besley, T. and Burgess, R. (2002). The political economy of government responsiveness: Theory and evidence from India. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 117(4):14151451. Class based on Besley, T. and Burgess, R. (2002). The political economy of government responsiveness: Theory and evidence from India. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 117(4):14151451. 3.1 Djankov et al. (2002) Who owns the media? - cross-country data on media ownership 40 ...
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